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Hometown Tales: Highlands and Hebrides - Hometown Tales (Hardback)
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Hometown Tales: Highlands and Hebrides - Hometown Tales (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages
Published: 28/06/2018
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Original tales by remarkable writers

Hometown Tales is a series of books pairing exciting new voices with some of the most talented and important writers at work today. Some of the tales are fiction and some are narrative non-fiction - they are all powerful, fascinating and moving, and aim to celebrate regional diversity and explore the meaning of home

In these pages on the Highlands and Hebrides, you'll find two unique tales. 'The Boy in the Bubble' is a bright, intensely funny and deeply felt memoir about growing up on the Isle of Mull from award-winning musician, the man behind Mull Historical Society, and author of The Letters of Ivor Punch, Colin MacIntyre. 'A9' is a captivating piece of short fiction about a girl torn between her love in Inverness and the chance to spread her wings, by Ellen MacAskill.

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781474608817
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 330 g
Dimensions: 202 x 144 x 23 mm


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An entertaining and nostalgic read * SCOTTISH FIELD *

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